Tips, tricks, hints and hacks for the knitter in search of a better way.
How to make holes in your knitting (on purpose).
In our never-ending quest to bring you the fun in knitting, this is going to be Big Fun.
A master class tutorial on how to pick up stitches, the tricky but necessary first step to adding edgings, bands, and other finishes to knitted garments.
Today we welcome 10 essential how-to videos featuring favorite knitting teacher Jen Arnall-Culliford.
It’s our favorite transformation: blocking a finished piece of lace knitting. Using blocking wires makes a huge difference.
Keep track of any pattern that repeats across a row—stitch markers will keep you on track, especially when knitting lace.
The absolute, essential technique for making lace: the yarn over. A world of beautiful knitting comes from understanding this single, simple maneuver.
Sometimes, you simply forget to make a yarn over. It’s the most common error in lace knitting—and it’s easy to fix. Seriously, a game changer.
Sometimes you just need to get back to the place where it was all working right. A lifeline lets you undo a messy patch of lace with confidence.
The garter tab cast on is a bit of magic—begin a triangular shawl with this very clever technique.
“Tink” is “knit” spelled backwards. Here, the most efficient way to undo a few stitches when you notice something’s out of whack.
Pin combs are a great way to speed your blocking. See how Jen Arnall-Culliford does her magic with this clever tool.